Asheville Condo Rental Photos and Description
Condo, 1 Bedroom, 1 Bath, (Sleeps 2-4)
The Altamont, Suite 302
Special Offer: Stay 3 - 5 nights and receive a 10% discount!
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The Altamont is a newly renovated 1895 building on the most beautiful tree-lined street in downtown Asheville. Church Street is central to everything in downtown from Pack Square to Pritchard Park, and from the Civic Center to the Orange Peel. Park your car for your entire stay and walk to the most interesting and eclectic restaurants, shopping and nightlife!
As part of the 2010 historic and green renovation, the vacation condos were created to provide nice, comfortable and reasonably priced quarters to spend time in Downtown Asheville. Enjoy the charm of an old building while taking advantage of modern green technology. Water is heated with solar panels on the roof, all permanent light fixtures are CFL, most materials were manufactured within 500 miles of Asheville, and paint and stains are all Low VOC resulting in very high indoor air quality. Almost all the beautiful hardwood floors are original.
The renovation also created The Altamont Theatre, Asheville’s Best Listening Room for live music offering the best acoustics in the region. Spend your vacation time with us and see nationally touring artists like Jay Ungar and Molly Mason, Balsam Range, California Guitar Trio, John Vezner, Mary Gauthier, Geoff Achison and many more. The theatre also presents stand-up comedy, storytelling, poetry and theatre.
Performances start at 8:00 and are usually over by 11:00 – so no late night parties going on below you.
Feel free to bring the entire family, we are child friendly.
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
About Owner/ Property Manager
My wonderful family enjoying our day together.
What makes this condo unique
Some of the LEED certification requirements met in this historic renovation are:
- All hot water is solar.
- Steel framing, sheet rock, and other materials are recycled.
- Materials from the building that were removed were recycled and diverted from
- Many new materials are non-emitting.
Please visit the US Green Building Council web site for more information on LEED.